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The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), an international organization based in Wageningen, The Netherlands, has an opening for an intern for a period of 6 months, renewable only once. The intern will work as a member of the CTA “Policies, Markets and ICTs” Team.

CTA’s mandate puts emphasis on facilitating access, exchange and dissemination of information in the fields of agriculture and rural development. The “Policies, Markets and ICTs” (PMI) Programme and its ICT for ARD sub-Programme play a critical role in the realization of the above.

The intern will assist in supporting the ARDYIS (Agriculture, Rural Development and Youth in the Information Society) project and in other ICT for rural development activities for ACP countries.

 

This joint statement on the occasion of International Youth Day, 12 August, comes from a group of youth networks involved in rural and agricultural development with the support of the following organizations FAO, IFAD, WFP, CTA.

ARDYIS Activities at IAALD Africa 2012 - From 20th May, 9:00 (South Africa time)

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ARDYIS consultative meeting ended yesterday. To follow the IAALD Africa 2012 from today 21 May, Click here

 

Thursday, 17 May 2012 06:54

ARDYIS activities at IAALD Africa 2012

Written by Ken

On the occasion of the 2012 Conference of the African Chapter of the International Association of Agricultural Information Specialists (IAALD) the ARDYIS project implemented by CTA will organize a series of activities, including the prize giving ceremony of the YoBloCo Awards and a workshop:

In the framework of the prize giving ceremony of the CTA - NEPAD youth Essay competition on ICT and entrepreneurship in agriculture, which took place in Addis Ababa on 28 March 2012, ARDYIS Project produced a brochure to present the winners and their essays.

You can download the brochure here (in PDF version).

For more information about the contest, please click here.

The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) has just announced the winners of the first edition of the Youth in Agriculture Blog Competition (YoBloCo Awards).

Winners in the institutional category will receive each 3,000 Euros, while individual winners will receive up to 1,500 Euros. In addition, winners and runners-up selected (14 individuals and organizations) will attend an international conference, their blogs will be promoted and they will have the opportunity to be involved in other activities.

The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) is pleased to announce the winners of the first edition of the Youth in Agriculture Blog Competition (YoBloCo Awards), organized in the framework of the ARDYIS Project in collaboration with FARA, Yam-Pukri, CAFAN, AYF, ANAFE and SPC/PAFPNET.

 

We are pleased to announce the names of the 15 finalists for the YoBloCo Awards – individual category, resulting from the voting process that took place from 5 to 31 December 2011. During this period, for the individual category, we received a total of 2214 votes, from 2080 people (voting for two blogs was possible) and more than 600 comments for the institutional category. This is a great outcome, and we would like to thank voters and everyone again for your support and your interest in this initiative.

The CTA’s ARDYIS Project and its partners are proud to announce that public evaluation is now open for the “Youth in Agriculture Blog Competition” (YoBloCo Awards)!

Thursday, 28 July 2011 12:33

YoBloCo Awards Frequently Asked Questions

Written by ardyis-project

The YoBloCo awards is a blog competition on Youth and agriculture launched by CTA in partnership with FARA, Yam-Pukri Association, CAFAN, AYF, ANAFE, SPC/PAFPNET, within the framework of ARDYIS project. This article presents the most frequently asked questions about the Awards.

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ARDYIS wins an international prize for YobloCo and AgriHack activities!